[LISTEN] 5 types of land that could be taken without compensation in draft bill
The public has 60 days to comment on the draft bill which was published by Public Works Minister Thulas Nxesi on Friday.
[LISTEN] Why Sanef approached court over EFF's intimidation of journalists
Radio702's Karima Brown interviewed Sanef’s Sam Mkokeli after the editors’ forum approached the Equality Court to take on the EFF.
[LISTEN] From domestic worker to associate professor: Dr Venicia McGhie's story
Dr Venicia McGhie had to toughen up after her parents died in her teens and had to learn how to fend for herself. She found work as a domestic worker in order to provide for her family and later joined UWC as a data capturing clerk.
[LISTEN] What you need to do if you're affected by driving licence backlog
The Transport and Public Works Department's Jandré Bakker says because the backlog in the Western Cape goes back as far as June, the department has decided not to hold people liable.
[LISTEN] Is technology making us lonelier?
Aurecon's Sonja de Klerk looks at whether modern technology is making us lonelier than ever.
[LISTEN] Festive season games to get to have your family crying with laughter
Nikki Bush recommends two games to consider, one being Bed Bikes; a motor coordination game and Mumbo Jumbo where you can have up to eight players.
[LISTEN] Eskom power cuts: Where did we go wrong?
Eskom chairperson Jabu Mabuza says that load shedding has been implemented to defend the system from a total collapse.
[LISTEN] New political party looks to empower SA's millennials
The Great Millennials of South Africa seeks to empower the youth in the upcoming elections by having millennials in key positions make a difference in our country regardless of factors such as race and sex.
[LISTEN] Bo-Kaap heritage site process a double-edged sword?
Osman Shaboodien, the chairperson of the Bo-Kaap Civic Association, chats to Kieno Kammies over the latest developments in the fight against the gentrification of the area.
[LISTEN] Jonathan Jansen concerned over new university admission requirements
CapeTalk presenter Kieno Kammies speaks to Professor Jonathan Jansen about his concerns over the changes in the minimum admission entry requirements for university.
[LISTEN] Does De Lille’s new party stand a chance at the polls?
CapeTalk’s Zain Johnson spoke to political analyst Professor Andre Duvenhage about the former mayor’s new political party and the 2019 general elections.
[LISTEN] Parents show support for David Beckham kissing daughter on the lips
Some Twitter and Instagram users were extremely critical of the photograph, claiming it was an inappropriate gesture.
[LISTEN] Corporal punishment: Discipline or abuse?
CapeTalk host Kieno Kammies interviewed education activist Hendrick Makaneta and Lucy Jamieson, senior researcher at Children's Institute (UCT) about using corporal punishment to discipline children.
[LISTEN] 10 days paternity leave for dads a 'baby step' in right direction
President Cyril Ramaphosa officially signed the Labour Laws Amendment Bill into law, providing new fathers with 10 days consecutive paid leave after the birth of their child.
[LISTEN] Yanga Sobetwa on investing 'Idols' winnings & inspiring through gospel
The teenager from Delft is already proving her star status - her first single 'Scars' hit the top of the charts in the same week it was released.
[LISTEN] Medical aids to struggle to survive NHI?
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Dr Nicholas Burger on the possible effects of the NHI on the health system in South Africa.
[LISTEN] Is SA ready for a fourth industrial revolution?
Last week a dialogue was held by the South African Fourth Industrial Revolution Initiative, a collaboration between the universities of Johannesburg, Fort Hare and Wits.
[LISTEN] Sipho ‘Hotstix’ Mabuse talks success and money
CapeTalk’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed legendary musician Sipho ‘Hotstix’ Mabuse as part of his ‘Make Money Mondays, Personal Edition’ feature.